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Idle No More Enters a New Phase, Seeks Next Steps
David P. Ball
Idle No More’s founders and leaders are determined to keep the movement’s momentum going and to maintain pressure on aboriginal leaders and the federal government to enact concrete...
Aboriginal Housing Crisis in Canada Threatens to Explode
David P. Ball
When the housing crisis in Attawapiskat First Nation made headlines worldwide in October 2011 after the community declared a state of emergency, few had heard of the band’s chief, ...
Rape, Kidnapping Being Investigated as Hate Crime in Thunder Bay
The abduction, brutal rape and strangulation of a First Nations woman by two white men on December 27 in Thunder Bay, Ontario has stirred fear, anger and urgent calls to catch the ...
Denver Idle No More Calls Out the Canadian Prime Minister via Letter
Despite drumming, Round Dancing and megaphoned speeches far below its lofty offices in Denver, the Consulate General of Canada remained silent December 31 about the First Nations’ ...
Palestinians Endorse Idle No More
Gale Courey Toensing
American Indians and Palestinians have supported each other’s struggle since at least the 1970s when the American Indian Movement hosted a delegation of leaders from the Palestinia...
Idle No More Gaining Momentum and Forming Plan of Action
International Human Rights Day was December 10 and marked the beginning of what has since become a stand of solidarity between Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island and allies kn...
Cliff Matias at the ‘Bring Leonard Peltier Home 2012’ Event in NYC
Some of music and Hollywood’s most outspoken advocates for peace and justice assembled at the Beacon Theater in New York City on December 14 for a special event...
Canada’s Only Urban Native Attraction Has a Vision
For millennia, the Ottawa River has been a major artery through the wilderness of eastern Canada, providing a highway of travel and trade for the Algonquin First Nation...
Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre Receives Cultural Authenticity Award
The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre (SLCC) located in Whistler, BC has added another honor to their collection of recent awards with an important prize from the Aboriginal Tourism...
Meagan Big Snake, Helping Aboriginal Youth in Alberta on and off the Ice
Though her collegiate hockey playing days concluded last year, Meagan Big Snake is still rather actively involved in the sport...
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